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Ever hear the term “content fatigue?” It’s the idea that there’s so much content that people can’t even consume it any more. There’s too much to read, too many social media posts, and too many articles that appear when you Google something. The amount of content out there is overwhelming.

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    Nick Lucs

    over 4 years ago #

    This part is REALLY important: "Before you consider producing a blog post, you need to think about how you can promote that content and re-use it in different ways (ebooks, graphics, emails, social media updates, etc.)"

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    Nix Eniego

    over 4 years ago #

    Great article! What really stood out to me is the emphasis on sharing the content with influencers (and/or companies/brands mentioned).

    No matter how beautiful and well-researched your article is, the success of it may very well lie on how far the content goes in terms of reach. The more people sharing it, the better.

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    Apurva Jog

    over 4 years ago #

    Great article! Nowadays, its also important to think about how you are going to promote the content. Content promotion is just as important as content creation - if not more!

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    Katarzyna Pietrewicz

    over 4 years ago #

    Interesting list!
    We've gathered biggest brains in the industry and asked them for their insight and you'll find there many similar points to those presented in your text: http://www.boostthenews.com/online-marketing-trends-2016/

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    shahnur rahman

    over 4 years ago #

    The point of educational purpose content is really amazing ! Readers won't be spending their time on a blog without learning anything. Thats the main thing for which i read blogs as well.

    Most of the points appeared relevant ! Great work.